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Re: Perl 5.8.2, Threads, and mod_perl-1.99_10

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  • Geoffrey Young
    ... following these instructions will help http://perl.apache.org/bugs/ thanks --Geoff
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 2, 2003
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      will wrote:
      > Hey Everyone, got a fun question. I recently upgraded to perl 5.8.1,
      > mod_perl mod_perl-1.99_10, and apache 2.0.48. What can I say, I want
      > the best of the best. Anyway, all went well, except now I lack the
      > ability to spawn a thread while under mod_perl. I can spawn threads all
      > day long under normal perl, but any creation of a thread under mod_perl
      > just results in a segfault of the apache process (the segfault (11)
      > shows up in my httpd log). I'm kind of at a loss where to go from
      > here. I don't have any handy dandy error messages to go from. This all
      > worked prior to the upgrade. I realize that I don't have a dump or
      > anything to really show, but I don't exactly know how to get that from
      > inside mod_perl.
      > Thanks for any suggestions.

      following these instructions will help

      http://perl.apache.org/bugs/

      thanks

      --Geoff
    • will
      Hey Everyone, got a fun question. I recently upgraded to perl 5.8.1, mod_perl mod_perl-1.99_10, and apache 2.0.48. What can I say, I want the best of the
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 2, 2003
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        Hey Everyone, got a fun question. I recently upgraded to perl 5.8.1,
        mod_perl mod_perl-1.99_10, and apache 2.0.48. What can I say, I want
        the best of the best. Anyway, all went well, except now I lack the
        ability to spawn a thread while under mod_perl. I can spawn threads all
        day long under normal perl, but any creation of a thread under mod_perl
        just results in a segfault of the apache process (the segfault (11)
        shows up in my httpd log). I'm kind of at a loss where to go from
        here. I don't have any handy dandy error messages to go from. This all
        worked prior to the upgrade. I realize that I don't have a dump or
        anything to really show, but I don't exactly know how to get that from
        inside mod_perl.

        Thanks for any suggestions.

        Will Berger
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